Yep that’s it - and it looks like they must be replaced not reset - I’ll take this info to dealer - chances are no parts availability - could be months to get them in.Maybe this video from Malaysia would help. Poor resolution.
Nissan SKYLINE GTR35 Engine Hood Pop Up Troubleshoot When a pedestrian collision is detected by the car, the engine hood will instantly pop up... | By ECU Repair Malaysia EcuTech | Facebook
In short, you can remove them to close the hood as a temp fix.
To fix, maybe a dealer visit and/or insurance claim if applicable.
Sure seems it will work, nothing conclusive on that thread, though. And nothing about insurance claims either. More info would help, I'll search too.looks like it's already a thing for the R35, so should be straighforward to deactivate
No collision- no body damage at all - spun it - went back wards into grass - might have popped edge of curb - car seems to drive fine but with hood popped i obviously can’t get up to any speed - it’s going to Nissan tomorrow
Now you mention this….it makes me a little concerned that just a bump could do this.Insurance might cover this.
Some older GM cars use to blow airbags when coming out of driveways/parking lots and bottoming out on the street. I've seen insurance cover it.